Monday, May 23, 2022

Major logistics company lets Castle Donington offices

Cardinal Maritime Ltd, a major logistics company, has let the ground floor office suite at Unit 6, Boundary Court, Willow Farm Business Park.

The accommodation provides just over 2,500ft² of recently refurbished space benefitting from an open plan floorplate with the additional benefit of a bespoke kitchen facility and separate meeting rooms.

There is a substantial on-site car parking facility with the location of the building fantastic for access to the M1 motorway and is easily reached by Nottingham, Derby and Leicester – with East Midlands Airport also just a short drive away.

Thomas Szymkiw, of FHP Property Consultants’ Office Team, said: “The ground floor office suite at Unit 6, Boundary Court provides a fantastic office for Cardinal Maritime Ltd and I am delighted to have helped them with their expansion plans.”

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